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How do I ensure that I can retire at the age of 60?

Q It’s my 50th birthday soon and I’ve been working hard in various jobs for almost 35 years. I want to be in a position to retire by the time I’m 60. How can I make sure that can happen? A This answer is a long one. I’ll send you a list of the information

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Mortgage Protection And The Benefits Of Switching

 “I’m finding it really hard to keep up with these price hikes and am cancelling unnecessary expenditure. As I don’t have any dependents, I’m thinking of cancelling my mortgage protection as it is very expensive. Is this a good idea?” Mortgage Protection (MP) is a life insurance policy that helps repay the outstanding balance left

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5 Major Mistakes To Avoid Making In The Mortgage Marketplace

5 Major Mistakes To Avoid Making In The Mortgage Marketplace Your thinking, “Should I fix my mortgage now, switch to a new lender or stay on my current rate? I’m afraid of making a mistake and being stuck with a bad decision!” Well, the short answer is simple. Get advice from a financial broker. But

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All-Star Wexford Mortgages & Financial Planning Company 21/22

Business All-Star We’re delighted to have been announced as the All-Star Wexford Mortgages & Financial Planning Company 21/22 We’re also proud to receive Business the All-Star Accreditation for a third year in a row. We are very proud to have accomplished this outstanding achievement as it recognises the continued hard work and dedication of our

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Best Mortgage Rates in Ireland

ICS cuts  Interest Rates We are delighted to have access to a series of substantial rate cuts across PDH fixed and variable rates – effective 09 August 2021, that will allow ICS Mortgages customers to avail of the lowest rates in the market.   They have lowered all our variable, 3 year and 5 year

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How good am I with my money?

We are all different when it comes to money, we ask ourselves how can we be better with our finances, how can we afford to live the way we want to but save a little too?  we worry at times, should we be investing in the future or is it something to think about later

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